Spotify will launch a series of concerts starting on May 27th
If you love only music, you probably paid to move one part sometime last year. Everyone was sitting at home, the theater was closed and artists were forced to cancel visits. With his most recent “research” Spotify will give fans the opportunity to receive five pre-streams from May 27. The game is available via place for $ 15 each and the company says the event will take 40-75 minutes. The new concert will run every week for five weeks, and according to the artists’ pages, it will be available at 6AM and 8PM on their days (not to mention the time).
Spotify is aware that although a vaccine is being launched and the venue is starting to reopen, not everyone will be attending a public concert. Real-world experience gives fans the ability to see their favorite artists from good homes. Obviously, platform like Mandolin, Single Music, Vegetables and others have been providing rivers for the plague. Spotify is a bit late in the game, but even when life returns to normal, there will be times when we just stay home or the artist we love isn’t coming close.
The list of concerts is made according to Drive. Spotify says it will “be better to combine concerts in audio events” by making it easier to find up-and-coming performances and follow the artists who follow them. It will also help to inform you based on how you feel (which can make the first show appear today). The company did not say that if the future were to become real theaters, the list would be “started” with five pre-recorded concerts. If you do not have a subscription to the service, you can still purchase a ticket to the show, but you must sign up for a free account to do so.
The “live” song will begin May 27 with The Black Keys at the Blue Front Café in Mississippi. Every Thursday, something else follows. The artists are Rag’n’Bone Man (June 3), Bleachers’ Jack Antonoff (June 10), Leon Bridges (June 17) and a red girl (June 24). Tickets for each show are available Pano.
All sales selected by Engadget are selected by our publishing team, independent of our parent company. Some of our articles include helpful links. If you purchase one of these links, we will be able to make a donation.